Notes on life, art, photography and technology, by a Danish dropout bohemian.
When you drink the water, remember the river.
I never liked her either. My ex-wife's name was Mary too.........ewwww.....enough said.
just watched the remix, the part on the mirror scared me. i always had this love/hate thing about mirrors anyway. besides my ex told me she consorted with a white witch once. that always bothered me. thanks for sharing eolake.
Oh dear, little Eolake! I always told you, but you would never listen : "Always take a spoonful of sugar with your medicine."So stubborn. Very nice, but a regular wooden head, you were. Remember? I used to cal you "young Subbornhouse". No wonder you hated it, my dear boy.But don't try and pretend you didn't enjoy laughing yourself up the ceiling at Mrs Doubtfire's. I saw you grin, you know.Oh, and for the record, I have nothing to do with that crazy young nun who once told you that "the hills were alive". The nightmares she gave you are none of MY fault, my sweet child.Please, I hope you won't tell anybody how I accidentally gave you the idea for DOMAI. My room's lock happened to be broken, that's all there is to it...
A likely story. I saw you posing.
the part on the mirror scared me.the reflections in the mirror are not always true to form presented.why do think letters and numbers appear backwords?here's a riddle for you. what's as big as an elephant but doesn't weigh an ounce? if you have the answer to this you'll know why mirrors can scare you.
The nightmares she gave you are none of MY fault, my sweet child.neither are the dreams in the mist that are present today. unlock the bolted door of your tortured soul and let the darkness out.
"Riddle me this, Batman?"There are several answers. A life-size elephant-shaped helium balloon. An elephant's image in the mirror. Or (devilish snicker) the shadow of an elephant that's snuck up right behind you! Don't try to run, it's too late...PEEKABOO! Gotcha!Now, Apoloyon, your turn to guess:What's invisible at five paces, big as two men, strong as twelve, but no more fond of violence than Gandhi?Here's the answer : gorillas in the mist.The thought that one day there might be no more left of our gentle cousins, now THAT's really scary.Oh, there's another possible answer to your riddle : the MEMORY of an elephant, after the species has become extinct. Not at all impossible. :-(
The thought that one day there might be no more left of our gentle cousins....You are related to apes? Interesting family tree you must have. I wonder why your "cousins" never transformed into a human? Better yet, why haven't you changed into an ape yourself? Or do you when the moon is full?
"You are related to apes? Interesting family tree you must have."Well, we're... distant cousins, sort of. My side of the family came down from the tree quite a while ago. The Gorillas stayed on their branch, started their own business in veggie meals. But they do invite us over for the occasional banana split.It's an occasion to meet with Lord Greystoke. (A very distinguished gentleman, who never eats with his lower limbs.)Oh, and for your royal information, I don't need a full moon to go ape. The alibi of a glass of wine is quite a sufficient excuse when I feel like monkeying around. (Even when my glass is still full.)Hm, I wonder... is this moon half full, or half empty?
All this talk about family reminded me of my second cousin Link. He went missing during a mission in the kingdom of Zelda. Have you heard about him, King Zod? Little blonde fella, dressed in green, with a sword, plays the Ocarina all the time...
Have you heard about him, King Zod? Poor little creature, I hope you find him in some dusty relic still breathing but chances are slim.
Link? Man, that kid's gone. Disappeared into another dimension. That's assuming we're both talking about the same Link. I mean, there's like five of these guys now. Who knows what happened to all of them? The one who wields the ocarina went to Termina but nobody knows what happened after he finished his quest there. At any rate, I wouldn't worry about him. He's got enough bombs to blow an entire country sky high. On that note, where's he keep all those things? And how does he light them without a match? And there ain't no way his small quiver can hold 70 plus arrows. And 500 Rupees! Where's the kid keep it all?
"The one who wields the ocarina went to Termina but nobody knows what happened after he finished his quest there."I think he got the local citizenship. Became a Terminal. I don't think we'll ever see him again...Speaking of bombs (to mention Eolake's opinion on the Mary Poppins movie), where does Bomberman store half a dozen lit bombs at once, each bigger than he is?Not that I care much myself, but this nice old fella by the name of Osama Bin L. has mentioned an interest in the technology for use in his, um... family business. Or his parish, I'm not sure exactly.I mentioned that once planted the bomb might blow up its own bearer, but he said that was no problem at all. What a funny guy!Well, he's eccentric, but at least he's not scary like Mary...
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